A 100-M.P.H. TRACK?

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A 100-M.P.H. TRACK?

kc Ai ‘tor Industry 16 -search Association is c•Inpluttic that Britain needs a track where sustained -speeds of 100 m.p.h. can be. aeeomplished. So it proposes to spend 150,00o on modifying 1 he Lindley Proving Ground into a suitable track, asking that tax-payer to contribute £50,000 via the Government. What a pity the Industry took no steps to save Brooklands, which cost. the country nothing, but the late Mr. II. F. Locke King some £250,000 of his own money in 1906/7.

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